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What mark is showing with the racket drills will only produce a push slice and a pull hook. To hit a fade the face is closed to the target (open to the path) and the path is to the left, to hit a draw the face is open to the target (closed to the path) and the path is to the right.
Most of the time if the ball is starting right and going right it is an in-square-in path with an open face, if you strengthen your grip it should get the face more square.
  There is no boogie man in golf...lol. Flipping is when you lose lag pressure and that is what causes speed and "compression" of the golf ball for maximum distance and that back spin that everyone is after. The most important thing is that it will produce a more consistant ball flight for distance etc.
    Thing with what he teaches is that he shows how to roll the wrist through impact depending on the type of shot you are hitting which is not a good thing.
Here is how I see it. Shifting the weight forward while rotating the hips open allows the club to naturally come from the inside and eliminate an OTT move. It is also a more powerful and repeatable move.
  Being that I am a golf instructor myself I agree 100% with Erik. There is no way you are a good ball striker with a handicap in the twenties.
You don't create lag be pulling the left arm down, it is created by the rotation of the body. You want to have soft and passive hands/wrists and arms. You slice the ball, straight slice, starts straight then go's right because the face is open to the path and you are swinging out-to-in(OTT). If you are hitting the ball to the right then going right then you might need to strengthen your grip.   There are a few threads to look...
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